Top 10 Best Power Inverters - Jun 2019

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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place POTEK 2000W Power Inverter Three AC Outlets 12V DC to 110V AC Car POTEK 2000W Power Inverter Three AC Outlets 12V DC to 110V AC Car
By POTEK
9.8
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2 BESTEK 2000W Power Inverter 3 AC Outlets DC 12V to 110V AC Car BESTEK 2000W Power Inverter 3 AC Outlets DC 12V to 110V AC Car
By BESTEK
9.6
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3 Ampeak 2000W Power Inverter Three AC Outlets 12V DC to 110V AC Car Ampeak 2000W Power Inverter Three AC Outlets 12V DC to 110V AC Car
By Ampeak
9.3
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4 Best Value 2000W (1000 watts continuous ) Power Inverter for Home Car RV with 2 2000W (1000 watts continuous ) Power Inverter for Home Car RV with 2
By SAILFLO
8.8
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5 Auto Power Inverter 3000-10000W Peak Modified Sine Wave DC 12V To AC 110V Auto Power Inverter 3000-10000W Peak Modified Sine Wave DC 12V To AC 110V
8.7
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6 KRIËGER 1100 Watt 12V Power Inverter Dual 110V AC outlets, Installation kit included KRIËGER 1100 Watt 12V Power Inverter Dual 110V AC outlets, Installation kit included
By KRIEGER
8.2
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7 2000W Inverter Parallel Kit - Champion Power 2000W Inverter Parallel Kit - Champion Power
8.0
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8 4000Watt Peak Power Inverter DC 12V to 110V 120V AC Converter Adapter Charger 4000Watt Peak Power Inverter DC 12V to 110V 120V AC Converter Adapter Charger
7.8
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What is the Best Solar Inverter to Buy in 2019?

Hello solar enthusiasts!Have you been wondering which inverter to use on your upcoming solar project?If so then this next video is for you!Intro If this is your first time visiting Fox FamilyHeating, Air and Solar, please click subscribe down below.

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Solar panels get all the glory, but it’s the inverters that do all of the work in thesolar energy system.

Central string inverters that came with solar systems of the past, let’s say up until2018 used to manage the conversion of DC to Ac voltage that you can use I your house forthe entire solar system.

That meant if one panel went down because of shading or mechanical issue, the entiresystem would not produce very effectively.

Then microinverters were developed out of Fremont, California by a company called Enphase.

These guys were working on the central string inverters for a big company until they decidedto go out on their own and figure out a way to make n inverter that would convert theenergy produced by the panel into usable AC voltage for your house.

Nobody else is doing this, and it’s really thrown the central string inverter companiesfor a big loop because these new inverters are warrantied for 25 years instead of 10years.

The undeniably best thing about Enphase is their inverters are double insulated and smallenough to be placed at each individual panel.

NOW each panel has its own inverter and if a panel goes down because of shading or somemechanical, then just that panel goes down.

All your other panels will continue producing clean energy for you.

These microinverters are UL Listed relating to voltage and frequency, synchronization,disturbances, faults, and reconnect time.

This UL Listing ensures that your grid direct system meets IEEE 1547.

1-2005 which specifiesthe type, production, and commissioning tests that have to be performed on these microinverters.

To me it’s so interesting how one company can change the composition of an entire fieldlike Enphase has done with solar.

The old DC inverter companies are now trying to play catch up.

The way they are duplicating Enphase technology is by creating these “DC optimizers” ateach panel acting just like a microinverter in the way that allows the rest of the yoursolar system work even if one or two panel goes down.

They had to!I was talking to my territory manager who gets me my solar parts and equipment in Sacramentoand he said his top 3 grossing solar companies all useEnphase microinverters.

DC inverters were getting dropped quickly as outdated technology.

Happens all the time…Fox Family installs Enphase microinverters because they are the best technology for today’squality driven customer.

The price comes out to be the same.

The industry did a good job of pricing them similarly.

We also use Quickmount PV flashings and racking.

I’ll leave a link to Enphase and Quickmount PV in the space below here if you want togo visit them.

Both companies are engineered right here in California.

They are produced in China, but there isn’t one inverter company manufacturing their owninverters here in the US, unfortunately.

I’ll have a video about Quickmount PV flashings soon as I’m super excited to be using theindustry’s most weatherproof flashings to mount your new panels on!Okay, just to geek out a little bit, I wanted to point out a couple of things I really likea bout Enphase microinverters?Probably the most important is since they are located right at each panel, the maximumpower point (MPP) of each module is tracked and sent to your monitoring app on your phone.

Enphase’s is called Enlighten.

I’ll have a video out soon about Enlighten and the cool features it has like monitoringyour production.

Of course we already talked about howShading only affects those modules, not the whole system.

The Solar panels can be installed at different angles and azimuth orientations unlike centralstring inverters that require all the modules in each source circuit to be at the same tiltand orientation.

We’re not running high voltage DC circuits through your attic or across your rooftop.

We are running AC voltage instead.

You know how your central string inverter is probably gonna go out after 10 years right?If one microinverter were to go down before its 25 year warranty, the rest of the systemkeeps producing lowering your down time, lowering your production time.

☹ Sad face…If you’d like to see Fox Family installing one of our recent projects, I’ll place acard up above here and you can see us in action.

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